FiNa følges av forskning på hvordan Flipped Classroom erfares av studenter på naturfaglærerutdanningen.
NFSUN – The Nordic Research Symposium on Science Education, May 31. – June 2., 2021, Aarhus, Denmark
Abstract – approved
Title: QUALITY EDUCATION FOR ALL – USE OF FLIPPED LEARNING IN THE SCIENCE CLASSROOM – TEACHERS REFLECTIONS
Charlotte Aksland, Katarina Pajchel, Oslo Metropolitan University, Oslo, Norway
The goal of flipped classroom methodology is to shift lecture outside of class as preparation, in order to employ more of the classroom time for active student learning. Research claims that this approach supports better learning outcomes, deeper learning, and a more adapted follow-up of individual students. However, most research is conducted within the context of higher education. In this presentation we will investigate how a sample of in-service teachers attending a program for formal qualification for teaching science for 5-10th grade students (age 10-15 years) used flipped classroom in order to help their students in preparing for science classes. This study aims at evaluating teachers’ experience with implementing flipped classroom and their reflections upon how this approach supports students learning. It also investigates teachers’ considerations about maintaining the strategy in their professional practice. Preliminary findings indicate that students responded positively to this approach and that many of the teachers were motivated to implement flipped classroom in their regular teaching.
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